Dogs do laugh, kind of, says neuroscientist Andy Niemiec, whose research addresses the larger question of how humans and animals perceive their world.
Printing in three dimensions can produce items from wrenches to jewelry to models of ancient masterpieces. And now, thanks to a group of faculty including Professor of Art History Sarah Blick, 3-D printing…
Biology students’ research creates buzz at professional conference in Austin.
When a couple “has chemistry,” you can tell—by the chemicals.
A Kenyon connection leads Daniel Akuma ’14 to a research laboratory in preparation for medical school.
Three alumnae advance graduate careers with NSF fellowships.
Summer Science Scholars are conducting research in anthropology, biology, chemistry, mathematics, neuroscience, physics and psychology.
Kenyon students aid Pelotonia efforts by conducting cancer research at OSU labs.
Research by Greg Carr ’04 seeks to ease the lives of those who suffer from psychiatric disorders.
Budding filmmaker Danielle Wald ’18 contributes to the diversity and talent of Kenyon's newest class.
Field hockey standout Rachel Hall has rocketed into Kenyon’s record books.
A "Breaking Bad" actor talks about his career and disability.
Six Kenyon students researched cancer at Ohio State this summer through Kenyon’s Pelotonia partnership.
The Kenyon community is pulling together for Pelotonia, both through the bike event and through transformative research conducted by Kenyon students.
How political activist Jules Desroches ’18 and four other students took advantage of their summer vacations.
Three student scientists are honored with the Franklin Miller Award for their roles as researchers and mentors.
The National Science Foundation awards Kenyon nearly $1 million to study high-impact practices for STEM students.